Jill Weinberg is an Associate Professor Sociology whose research and teaching lies in the areas of law/deviance, sports, and gender. She received a PhD from Northwestern University, MA from University of Chicago, and JD from Seattle University. Jill has spent extensive time in France. As a sociologist, she looks at monuments and how we memorialize people and events and what we learn about ourselves in the process. She also studies the meaning of "resistance" in the context of the French resistance during WWII.